Beautiful and tasty food, great drinks, many local items, quiet atmosphere, à la carte pricing, expensive
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We were on our way to Atlanta and decided to take the old road through Cowan and Sewanee. I searched Trip Advisor and found this place. The pictures of the meals looked delicious so I called to see if we could get a table. They...More
Read the reviews and expected it to be expensive. The portion sizes weren't necessarily an issue as some had mentioned. We had shrimp and grits and beef tenderloins. Beef was good. Shrimp and grits only okay. Smoked tomato soup was very good. Don't recall the...More
We spent the night in Sewanee, TN on our way home from south Georgia and had dinner at Ivy Wild for the first time. The menu is not large but the food is outstanding with excellent choices.Each dish looks like a work of art when...More
We spent 8 days in Tennessee, including Nashville and Chattanooga. Our dinner at IvyWild was by far the best meal we had. The restaurant was very attractive, the wine list was varied, with extremely reasonable prices and the servers were attentive and extraordinarily helpful without...More
We had a delicious dinner at IvyWild. The service was great. The food was delicious and we especially enjoyed the presentation of each dish. A few surprise offerings from the chef made the dinner even more enjoyable. Great place for couples.
This wonderful restaurant has never failed to please in every way and I've eaten here at least three or more times a year the the last four + years when visiting my son in college. The owner and staff is delightful, the chef innovative without...More
One of the best filet mignons I've had--and I've had great homemade ones. Delicious pork, grits, and an amazing chocolate fondue-like dessert. We'll be back.
Very limited menu...also very expensive choices. We opted for soup and salad and two cheeses for appetizers. She crab soup was not hot and too fishy tasting. Salad was good. They now have a bar so we didn't have to bring our own wine. Big...More
A wonderful, even romantic, end to our day hiking the Fiery Gizzard Trail, made possible by this outstanding, imaginative chef and professional wait staff. Eager to accommodate vegans; great wine selection; quiet dining room; ample parking; elegant yet cozy venue; delicious water. Our second visit...More